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Robert Burks

Robert Burks

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  • Come Fill the Cup, B/W movie 1951

    • Stan Ames
    • 2014-05-30

    At last this fine movie has been shown on TV in England after years of legal wrangles, but well worth waiting for. For me the star of the movie was the director of photography Robert Burks. With all the wonderful technology available to modern film makers the work of Burks in black and white still stand out as superior in so many ways. I just watched one scene after another in awe of the lighting and composition.

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